Radford keen on Glamorgan role
Former Glamorgan head coach Toby Radford says he is keen on returning to the county in some capacity.
The 46-year-old spent two seasons in charge at Glamorgan before opting to move on to a new challenge in 2015 and he was replaced as head coach by Robert Croft.
Glamorgan parted company with Croft in October and are currently on the hunt for a new head coach, while they also have an opening for director of cricket.
Radford insists he is enjoying his commitments with the West Indies but admits he would always be open to returning to Sophia Gardens.
"If the opportunity did arise I would certainly look at it," said Radford.
"I enjoy working with the West Indies and travelling the world.
"That is going very well but whenever we are not touring, home for me is Cardiff and Glamorgan is the team I still follow.
"The director of cricket role is more suit and tie and dealing with contracts.
"I am more of a hands on tracksuit man. I like that practical side and working with players in the nets.
"It would be looking at who is appointed as director of cricket and potentially then having a look at the coaching role."
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